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by Alan Cort,Francsis Langlois,Hans Hoeffner

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0533141877
Author:
Alan Cort,Francsis Langlois,Hans Hoeffner
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Social Sciences
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English
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Vantage Pr (October 1, 2002)
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187 pages
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Are you sure you want to remove The 35-Hour Split Workweek from your list? The 35-Hour Split Workweek. by Alan Cort, Francsis Langlois, Hans Hoeffner. Published October 2002 by Vantage Pr. Written in English.

The most recent law in France shortened the workweek from 39 to 35 hours in 2000 for large firms, and in 2002 for small firms

The most recent law in France shortened the workweek from 39 to 35 hours in 2000 for large firms, and in 2002 for small firms. Analysing differences between large and small firm employees before and after the law, we find that aggregate employment was unaffected but labour turnover increased, as firms shed workers who became more expensive.

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The 35-hour working week is a measure adopted first in France, in February 2000, under Prime Minister Lionel Jospin's Plural Left government. It was pushed by Minister of Labour Martine Aubry

The 35-hour working week is a measure adopted first in France, in February 2000, under Prime Minister Lionel Jospin's Plural Left government. It was pushed by Minister of Labour Martine Aubry. The previous legal duration of the working week was 39 hours, which had been established by François Mitterrand, also a member of the Socialist Party. The 35-hour working week was in the Socialist Party's 1981 electoral program, titled 110 Propositions for France. The 35 hours was the legal standard limit, after which further working time was to be considered overtime.

The 35-hour working week is a part of a labour law reform adopted in France in February 2000, under Prime Minister Lionel Jospin's Plural Left government. Pushed by Minister of Labour Martine Aubry, it was adopted in two phases: the "Aubry. Pushed by Minister of Labour Martine Aubry, it was adopted in two phases: the "Aubry 1" law in June 1998 and "Aubry 2" law in January 2000. The previous legal working week was 39 hours, established by President François Mitterrand, also a member of the Socialist Party.

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